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Haubstadt Police Investigating More Break-Ins and Thefts Over the Weekend

The Haubstadt Police are Investigating more break-Ins and thefts over the weekend.

Posted: Nov 21, 2021 4:26 PM

The Haubstadt Community has been plagued with break-ins and and thefts over the last few weeks.

These crimes seem to show no signs of stopping.

The Haubstadt Police Department posted on Facebook Sunday afternoon that sometime during Saturday and Sunday, an unlocked car with keys in it was stolen.

They said finger printers were taken from the scene and are being processed as evidence. 

In another instance, they were called to 8th and 9th Ave around 1:40 a.m. Sunday, after getting reports of a man and woman trying to break into several cars, checking for doors that were unlocked.

The Haubstadt Police Department says officers were unable to located the suspects, and are not sure if they hid somewhere.

They have also had multiple reports of vehicles being broken into on Elm Street. 

"We are asking the citizens of Haubstadt for assistance, and make sure everything is locked. Keys and other personal items are removed from vehicles, and report all incidents to HPD via 911 so we can document every call for when we apprehend these suspects," said Haubstadt Deputy Marshal Jeremy Volk. "We can't stress enough about locking doors. Locked doors are a great deterrent for the average thief. They are trying to be quiet so they don't wake up the homeowner or get caught." 

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